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Creating and Managing Agile Iterations

Iterations use story boards and burndown charts to visually represent how stories (tasks that are assigned to an agile team) are progressing during a fixed time-frame. 

Multiple iterations can exist for an agile team, and the time-frame of iterations can overlap. For information about how to manage an agile team, see "Creating and Managing Agile Teams."

Iterations can contain custom data, be included in views, and can be reported on.

Creating and Accessing Iterations

Creating a New Iteration

Any team member with a Plan or Work license can create an iteration.

For information about how to create an iteration, see "Creating an Iteration."

Viewing Iterations

You can view all iterations for a given team, or you can view an individual iteration. 

Iterations display data about the stories, issues, and documents that are contained in the iteration. 

To view iterations assigned to a given team.

  1. Click People in the Global Navigation Bar.
  2. Click the Teams tab, then use the drop-down menu to select the team whose iterations you want to view.
  3. Click the Iterations tab, then click All Iterations.
    By default, iterations are grouped by Current, Future, and Past.
  4. (Optional) Click the name of the specific iteration that you want to view.
    The iteration story board and burndown chart is displayed. For more information about working with the iteration, see "Managing the Iteration."

Deleting an Iteration

  1. Click People in the Global Navigation Bar.
  2. Click the Teams tab, then use the drop-down menu to select the team whose iterations you want to view.
  3. Click the Iterations tab, then click All Iterations.
    By default, iterations are grouped by Current, Future, and Past.
  4. Select the iteration that you want to delete, then click 'Delete.'

Managing the Iteration

Agile iterations consist of three areas: completion status, burndown, and the story board.

For information about the burndown chart and completion status, see "Using the Agile Burndown Chart."

For more information about the story board, see "Using the Agile Story Board."